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(3 - 6 Years) "CGI" Hiring: Python Developer On Dec 2022 @ Chennai



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Company:      CGI

Website:       www.cgi.com

Eligibility:    Any Graduate

Experience:  3 - 6 yrs

Location:      Chennai

Job Role:     Python Developer

JOB SUMMARY:

Company profile :

At CGI, we're committed to helping all of our stakeholders succeed. Our 69,000 professionals in 40 countries across the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific provide end-to-end IT and business process services that facilitate the ongoing evolution of our clients' businesses.

Job Description:
1. Good knowledge on Python

2. Exposure to all modules

3. Exposure to libraries

4. Exposure to product development

Candidate Profile:
Experiences: 3 - 6 years

Required Skills:
1. Strong working experience in Python including backend APIs and frontend

2. Hands-on with advanced Python concepts(Pandas, Numpy, Lambda, re)

3. Working Knowledge in ELK (Creating Index, Writing ELK query)

4. Full life cycle experience in application development, deployment, and operations

5. Strong working experience in Python including backend APIs and frontend

6. Strong knowledge in Linux,Unix scripts,SQL, Database & React JS

Skills:
1. Linux

2. Database

3. Java

4. Python

5. SQL

6. NumPy

7. Pandas

 

 












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